Lush Big Sea Salt Shampoo

If you're like me and have limp hair that just is just flat and lifeless, when you see something that promises a bit of volume, I just can't help myself.

At my closest Lush store I have a bit of a bond with the sales assistant, she is so enthusiast and talks with her hands more than I do (shocking discovery). So when I went in the other day she asked whether I had tried the Big shampoo yet and no was my answer. The sea salt and general jelly like formula put me off straight away, the smell is fairly nice and I love the idea of the natural ingredients, still so I just wasn't sure. She assured me that the salt comes out easily and this won't leave my hair looking like a birds nest, it'll give me the texture I am looking for.

Lisa, you were so right. First wash, I scooped out an enormous amount into my palm and  it lathered up in an instance, a little too much as I had developed a bubbly afro. I concentrated on the roots of my hair where I need the most lift and tried to keep away from the ends which are naturally very dry. Much to my surprise the salt dissolved after about 30 seconds of massaging into my scalp and washed out with no problems. I then used my current conditioner on the ends of my hair and I was done.

The Big shampoo gives you a bit of grit and texture to your hair and my hair didn't become greasy as quickly as it usually would and with a bit of a ruffle my hair easily gained the texture I needed, no other products nescessary.

The Big Shampoo is available here for £11.50

HAIR TYPE: My hair is usually very greasy at the roots and dry at the ends. I tend to wash my hair every other day, it sometimes lasts for a third day with a bit of help from a dry shampoo. My hair is not dyed  and I use a curling wand about 3 times a week.

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